Creamy Chocolate Bath Milks
  • Difficulty Beginner
  • Time 30 mins
  • Yields 300g

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How to make Chocolate Bath Milk


Quick, easy and fun!  We have two recipes for Chocolate Milk Baths, one that foams and one that doesn't!

The main thing with bath milks is to keep them dry once made, so if you are storing them for any period of time you should use an air tight container.  Our Stand Up Pouches are airtight, and so easy to label! We have made a simple label PDF for this tutorial as we've been busier than even with Mother's Day queries for schools and clubs. You can download the PDF label sheet at the end of this tutorial.


Chocolate Milk Bath - Non Foaming

 

Bramble Berry Fragrances

 

Method

  • In a small Pyrex or glass jug or box, place the Natrasorb Bath and the Hot Cocoa Fragrance.  Mix the fragrance into the Natrasorb powder until it resembles fine breadcrumbs

 

How to make Chocolate Bath Milk

 

  • Place a sieve over a separate, larger jug or bowl, measure in the dry ingredients and carefully push through the sieve with the back of a spoon
  • Now add the Natrasorb powder and fragrance into the larger bowl, and stir carefully with a spoon
  • Stir until well combined, ensuring there are no lumps

 

How to make Chocolate Bath Milk

 

  • Voila!  Spoon into Stand Up pouches and label

 



Chocolate Milk Bath - Foaming

 


It is advisable to wear a mask whilst stirring the SLSA powder into the mixture,
or if you have any respiratory health issues


Method

 

  • In a small pyrex or glass jug or box, place the Natrasorb Bath and the Hot Cocoa Fragrance. Mix the fragrance into the Natrasorb powder until it resembles fine breadcrumbs
  • Place a sieve over a separate, larger jug or bowl, measure in the dry ingredients, starting with the SLSA, and carefully push through the sieve with the back of a spoon
  • Now add the Natrasorb powder and fragrance into the larger bowl, and stir carefully with a spoon
  • Stir until well combined, ensuring there are no lumps
  • Voila! Spoon into Stand Up pouches and label


You can print off our Free Labels for this Bath Milk! 

Page One for Foaming Chocolate Bath Milk or Page Two for Non-Foaming Chocolate Bath Milk labels here.

Use a circle of selotape behind the labels to attach to the stand up pouches.

 

The "Add to Trolley" button adds enough ingredients to make several batches of both these recipes, if you don't want the foaming bath milk, just delete the SLSA